I’ve made numerous presentations about electoral systems. Some of the presentation slides are collected here. They bear a strong similarity to each other…
I was part of a team that constructed this set of slides to be used for a standard “how it works” presentation. If forms the backbone of many of my presentations.
|multiple||Generic Fair Vote presentation||PowerPoint|
A script to go with it for a somewhat out-of-date version of the slides in both
The presentation and scripts has a very open copyright; feel free to use it!
Slides for an online seminar on different proportional systems.
|2017-Nov-26||Mixed Member Systems||PowerPoint||Video|
|2017-Dec-10||Made For Canada Systems||PowerPoint||Video|
A presentation given to the Kitchener office of Google Canada. I quickly cover how the various systems work and then discuss the technicalities of the modelling work.
|2017-02-26||Google (Kitchener office)||PowerPoint|
University of Waterloo offers a Peace and Conflict Studies class, Math for Good and Evil, for which I have guest-lectured on electoral systems and how their algorithms (a branch of mathematics) can have “good” and “evil” consequences. In the Winter 2021 offering the lecture was recorded due to the pandemic.
|2021-03-23||Math for Good and Evil||Video|